How to Select a Temperature Sensor

March 21st , 2012 → 4:40 pm @

There are many variables to consider when selecting the right temperature sensor for your application, but there is a wide variety of temperature sensors out there from which to choose a product too.  There is no single answer that is right for everyone.  Which solution is best suited for your application?  DEE offers a Free whitepaper report that […]

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Measurement Specialties

December 12th , 2010 → 8:36 am @

Dee distributes and provides value-added services for Measurement Specialties to OEMs (original equipment manufacturers), CMs (contract manufacturers), and supports Purchasing Agents, Buyers, Engineers, and Supply Managers to find solutions and exceed their goals. If you are an existing client of DEE, you may check our Measurement Specialties inventory via your custom extranet portal or via DeeCommerce.  If you are […]

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Nickel RTD Temperature Sensors – Cost-Effective Temperature Measurements

December 12th , 2010 → 8:36 am @

Nickel RTD Temperature Sensors – Cost-Effective Temperature Measurements

Nickel Sensor Technology The Nickel RTD temperature sensors for high volume vehicle and industrial applications are specifically designed for harsh applications.  The Ni1000 in an oil resistant SOT package (2.4mm × 2.9mm × 1.1mm) is ideal for space limited applications and is plug-compatible with PCB boards.  Operating from -55°C to +160°C, this sensor exhibits almost twice […]

Category : Measurement Specialties / Product Releases / Sensors

Compact, Versatile, Affordable Snap-Action Temperature Control

May 24th , 2010 → 9:57 am @

Compact, Versatile, Affordable Snap-Action Temperature Control

This series of 1/2” bimetal temperature controls offers proven reliability in a compact, versatile, cost-effective design.  The snap-action of the bimetal disc provides high-speed contact separation resulting in excellent life cycle characteristics at electrical loads up to 15 amps at 120VAC and 10 amps at 250VAC (100,000 cycles) and 16 amps at 250VAC (30,000 cycles).  […]

Category : Engineers Solutions Articles / Sensors / Technical Articles

Heavy-Duty Sealed Snap-Action Temperature Control

May 20th , 2010 → 8:24 am @

Heavy-Duty Sealed Snap-Action Temperature Control

This line of heavy-duty sealed bimetal disc controls meets the higher electrical requirements of commercial applications.  The design provides moisture resistance for moisture prone environments.  The snap-action of the 1” temperature sensing bimetal disc provides high-speed contact separation resulting in exceptional life characteristics at electrical loads up to 25 amps at 120/240VAC.  A variety of […]

Category : Engineers Solutions Articles / Sensors / Technical Articles

High-Speed Thermostat, Cost-Effective Snap-Action Temperature Control That Offers Proven Reliability

March 19th , 2010 → 4:10 pm @

High-Speed Thermostat, Cost-Effective Snap-Action Temperature Control That Offers Proven Reliability

A ¾” (19mm) bimetal disc thermostat offers proven reliability in a versatile, cost-effective design.  The snap action of the temperature sensing bimetal disc provides high-speed contact separation, resulting in exceptional life characteristics at electrical loads up to 25 amps at 240VAC.  A wide variety of terminal and mounting configurations are available for maximum design flexibility. […]

Category : Sensors / Technical Articles

Moisture Resistant Temperature Control

February 19th , 2010 → 11:32 am @

Moisture Resistant Temperature Control

This ¾” (19mm) bimetal disc temperature control offers proven reliability in a moisture-resistant, sealed design.  The snap-action of the bimetal disc provides high-speed contact separation, resulting in excellent life cycle characteristics at electrical loads up to 10 amps at 120VAC and 5 amps at 250VAC.  The sealed design provides moisture resistance for moisture-prone environments.  A […]

Category : Engineers Solutions Articles / Sensors / Technical Articles

Encapsulated Thermostats for Electronics

February 17th , 2009 → 11:30 am @

Encapsulated Thermostats for Electronics

This snap action bimetallic element will respond rapidly and accurately to changes in the temperature of the surface to which it is mounted or the air temperature in an enclosure.  The single pole, single throw contacts can be configured as either normally open or normally closed, operating on rise in temperature.  The average automatic reset […]

Category : Technical Articles